Definitions

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  • adjective comparative form of shrubby: more shrubby

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Examples

  • ShrubberiesModern rose gardens favour the shrubbier rose, over the long-legged Hybrid Tea, which was low on foliage.

    Gardens: Roses - A modern romance

  • Like the Himalaya, alpine elevations support shrubbier vegetation on northern exposures because these hold a protective blanket of winter snow.

    Tian Shan montane steppe and meadows

  • North-facing slopes are shrubbier at the low elevations (Caragana, Spiraea, Cotoneaster) and give way at about 2,500 m to a parklike forest-meadow mosaic in which the meadows are dominated by the grasses Festuca spp.,

    Tian Shan montane steppe and meadows

  • A detailed set of aerial photos taken in the 1940s for oil exploration in northern Alaska has provided the most graphic evidence that the Arctic tundra is turning shrubbier and is

    Scientific American

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